Brexit caused huge drop in Great Britain to Ireland exports in 2021 | The Guardian

Irish government figures come days after M&S says it is scrapping 800 lines due to ‘excessive paperwork’

Exports from Great Britain to Ireland fell by almost £2.5bn in the first seven months of the year with Brexit emerging as a major factor, according to official Irish government data.

The figures from Ireland’s Central Statistics Office (CSO) come just days after Marks & Spencer said it was scrapping 800 product lines from its stores in the republic of Ireland because of “excessive paperwork” and health controls on food.

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